Every time I arrive in Woodstock, I know I’ve come to the right place. It’s so beautiful right now. Here’s the view from my generous friend’s breakfast table, where I’m staying for a day to work and adjust to the time difference from LA. Gorgeous. Can’t wait for this weekend… Women At Woodstock 2016 starts Friday!
I personally came away with many good things from Women At Woodstock 2015: aha! moments from the workshops, renewed and deepened friendships with the women I’ve known now for 4 years, and new friendships formed with the “newbies” at this year’s gathering. But I got goosebumps when I read Patty Chang Anker’s account of what she
Thank you to Peggy Reskin, who took all these great photos at our wonderful Women At Woodstock South retreat in Charleston, and put them together into a lovely video. Makes me miss everyone already, Peggy!
What a great time I had talking last week with Janet Neal, The Superbwoman – on her weekly online broadcast “Superbwoman Sundays” (streaming live Sunday evenings at 7 pm eastern). We did our interview a little differently – sitting side by side in front of one camera – and we talked about the “shoulds” in
I was feeling pretty low yesterday, for a few reasons not worth going into here. Then Janet Riccobono called about registering for the Women At Woodstock East retreat in October. I’ve known Janet for two years now, since we first met at the original Women At Woodstock in 2012. Talking to her was like talking to an old
Women At Woodstock East 2013 – last-night dinner. Thanks, Gloria Loring!
This is the first in a series of guest posts written by women who attended Women At Woodstock in 2012 – and have revelations, life changes, and personal stories to share. This is contributed by Ellen Ingraham, WAW “class” of 2012. Did you attend Women At Woodstock? Do you have a story to share? I